What we hear is important. However, what we do with what we hear is ultimately the most reasonable, rational and profound reaction. We are to be doers of the word of God, not just hearers. James 1:22
There are some Christians who don’t read a lot from the Old Testament. I can understand some of their reasons. For one thing, there is some pretty dry and depressing material in the Old Testaments: lists of medical practices and genealogies give way to records of the Israelites continuing to turn away from God, even after glimpses of hope when they remember whose people they are. Conversely, in the New Testament, we learn about Jesus and His message of love and hope, and even most of the letters are relatively short and to the point. Revelation might be confusing, but there’s literally a book in the Old Testament called “Lamentations”!
However, for those who have taken the time to read and study all of the Bible for a while, the value of God’s Word recorded during both “B.C.” and “A.D.” become apparent. Both covenants were made between God and people…
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